Along with Adamas, Pollonia (also Apollonoia) is the other famous resort and port on the island, located on the northeast shore of Milos. It is known for its excellent fish and sea food taverns on the promenade.

The port is smaller than the port of Adamas and the only ferry which stops here is the ferry traveling from/to Kimolos island which is very close to this part of Milos and it can be clearly see from Pollonia. There are many hotels and guest houses for accommodation, as well as shops, rent-a-car and other facilities.

Pollonia has a small sandy beach, next to the port.

highlights: resort known for fish and sea food taverns, village in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Photos from Pollonia
PolloniaTaverna with white chairs and tables and fishing boats in the seaThe white tables and chairs of the promenade tavernas in the morningCars waiting for the ferry to KimolosThe church square and the eagle monumentPolloniaThe small square and monument next to the curchLook at the promenade but from the seaFishing boats and the central village beachThe church opposite to the harborBeach at the back side of the villageFishing boats tied to the harbor pierHarbor taverna in the eveningThe harbor street in the eveningHarbor taverna with blue chairsKimolos ferry posterKimolos ferry time tableThe small beaches behind the churchThe big church at the portThe central beach has trees in the back which provide natural shadeThe huge swing at the back of the beachLooking at the central beach from the ferry porthole
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